Are Remote Workers Happier Than Office Employees?

Let’s face it.

Remote work is here to stay. Technology has made it so that communicating with workers around the globe is easier than ever before.

The ability to source the talent on a global scale has given employers the ability to hire the best possible person for the job, regardless of where she lives.

And do me a favor and raise your hand if you’ve ever uttered this before: “I get more work done outside of the office than I do when I’m actually at work.”

TINYpulse, an employee engagement company, “surveyed 509 U.S. employees who work remotely at all times to find out about their experiences in the workplace and compared their responses from over 200,000 employees across all types of working arrangements.” (source)

We borrowed their data and turned it into a beautiful infographic that is easy to digest.

Gaining Business Advantage

Being available on your customer’s timetable is no longer a luxury. In today’s saturated markets, you will need the competitive edge of being available all day and night for your potential customers and hot leads. Don’t turn any new business away because you aren’t able to be on-call 24/7.

Nearshore Outsourcing 101: The Better Option for North American Organizations

Nearshore Outsourcing has become the clear winner in the battle of near-shoring vs off-shoring. A battle that has been brewing for over a decade in the software and application development arena. Over the past few years, resources in traditional off-shore locations like India, China and Eastern Europe have increased in cost, and the argument of price has nearly been wiped off the table when comparing Cost of Ownership.

Nearshore Outsourcing has become the clear winner in the battle of near-shoring vs off-shoring. A battle that has been brewing for over a decade in the software and application development arena. Over the past few years, resources in traditional off-shore locations like India, China and Eastern Europe have increased in cost, and the argument of price has nearly been wiped off the table when comparing Cost of Ownership.

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